How will the storm whipped up by He Juinkai’s flagrant disregard for medical ethics affect the wider ambitions of the gene-editing field?
As healthcare systems across the globe feel the strain of an increasing (and aging) population, we need someone – or rather something – to lend a help
Emily F. Hilder,
Paul R. Haddad,
We present a straightforward guide to preparing papers and posters that will get you noticed.
Got an obsolete but working instrument sitting in the basement of your institution? Donate it!
Sitting Down With... Bruce Levine, Professor in Cancer Gene Therapy, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
Pier Paolo Pandolfi
A giant of leukemia research and treatment discusses his career
A global festival invites scientists to local bars to discuss their latest research with the public over a pint
Sitting Down With... Melissa Hanna-Brown, Analytical Technology & Innovation Lead, Pfizer Global R&D, Sandwich, UK.
It’s time for pharma to join the crowdsourcing revolution.
Why I think e-posters risk stripping aware interaction and the potential of collaboration.
We talk to Humanity in Science Award winner Richard Jähnke about counterfeit drugs, and how the Minilab can help
Diabetes and obesity often go hand-in-hand, with devastating effects on public health
Could weight management replace medication as the first line treatment for type II diabetes?
Sometimes, medical innovation may need to go backwards to go forwards
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